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Re: Running a Matlab script remotely via ssh
On 4/17/2010 2:17 PM, Jeremy Bopp wrote:
On 4/17/2010 1:04 PM, Geraldo Veiga wrote:
I have Cygwin installed in a Vista/64 system with sshd enabled. I
would like to login remotely via ssh and run a script written in
Directly from the DOS command line this is possible:
matlab -nosplash -nodesktop -minimize -r test_batch -logfile logfile
No such luck when I try the same with a remote session. The thing
just hangs there until I interrupt it with CTRL-C.
Is there any way around this? Matlab is a Windows application and
always opens a window when executed. That "-minimize" in the
command-line just hides the obvious.
Thanks in advance for your help
Since it's a Windows-native build which needs to open a window, running
it remotely won't be an option unless you give the sshd service the
right to interact with the desktop.
And of course MS removed that feature in Vista so...
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